Pantheon Apartments

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Kefalos, Kos, Greece
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travel to kos on the ferry to bodrum. Need help.please

by asherol123

Hi everone. I really need some advice on crossing the border from kos to bodrum. What happens when u get to bodrum do u go through passport control, do they take yr passport from u or do they just have a quick look and of u go. Also does anyone know how long it takes from Kos airport to thr ferry, do i pick the ferry up from kos harber, im not sure this is all new to me. But really need strong advice and most importantly correct advice. Dont mean to sound harsh but if i dont get correct info, my trip could turn into a huge knightmare. so can any one please pleasase help. If so e-mail or get back to me as soon as poss, thankyou so much.All info is welcome. ash x

Re: travel to kos on the ferry to bodrum. Need help.please

by Tdiver

You go through customs in Bodrum and need to get a visa there, seeing as you haven't written where you are from! Prices are usually 10 pounds, 15€ or 20$.
The airport is only 16 miles, 22km away from Kos town, even half an hour seems too long to travel that distance.

Re: travel to kos on the ferry to bodrum. Need help.please

by kos-island

Hello Ash.I can imagine that this is new for you but you could chill out a bit. This trip has been accomplished by thousands/millions of people so i will try to give you some comfort. You get out of the airplane. You get a taxi as there is no bus service. Unless you are coming by Aegean Air which provides bus transfer. If you take the taxi you pay your 25Euros for the 25 to 30' minute ride and you are at the harbour where you are supposed to take the boat. That harbour is the Kos town's main harbour which only one. No way you can get lost. Then i do not know what time you would be getting here but there are the following departures

0900, 0930, 1000 and 1630
There is also a 1200 one but once per week. If i had dates i would be able to give you more info. Then you pay your fare which is between 15 to 28Euros + 4 Euros port tax and you enter the boat.

Then you (of course) go through passport control. They check your passport, pay your visa, tell you goodbye and then you are off for your adventures. How was that?If you wish add ons let me know. Here to help you..:)Kostas

Travel Tips for Kos

Colourful Kos

by sandysmith

Our visit to the dodecanese in May was greeted with a riot of colour - I wondered if it would be as green and as colourful later in the year or indeed at the end of the season. Anyway we were glad to see such a colourful bloom as this.

Seafood taverna in Kos Town

by SWFC_Fan about Karnagio Fish Tavern

Karnagio Fish Tavern is a large taverna located on Kanari (one of the main roads leading from Kos Town to Lambi).

It is located on a corner and you will recognise it by the painted wooden boat that stands outside the entrance. It is located a 5-10 minute walk from Lambi and a 10 minute walk from Kos Town's harbour.

The setting is very nice with a host of tables outdoors beneath a canopy. On the night that I ate there in May 2006 all the tables had been well set with tablecloths and wine glasses.....but during the course of my meal I was the only diner. It was the first week of the holiday season and most tavernas were very quiet - I expect it gets far busier in the high season.

Also, due to it being so early in the season, not all of the items on the menu were available.

Karnagio is primarily a seafood taverna, but it does also offer a wide selection of other dishes.

Here is a sample of the meals available:

Appetizers: saganaki (fried cheese), Greek salad, stuffed vine leaves, local speciality sausages...

Soups: vegetable, minestrone, shrimps, tomato...

Seafood: cod fish in garlic sauce, grilled shrimps, octopus, stuffed squid, crayfish, mussels....

Greek specialities: moussaka, beef stifado, pork and chicken souvlaki, gyros, lamb....

Other meals: pasta dishes (spaghetti bolognaise, spaghetti carbonara...), various pizzas, beef steaks, pork chops...

Children's menu: hot dogs, burgers, fish fingers and chips...

Desserts: Greek pastries (eg baklava and other honey and nut based pastries), ice cream sundaes, fruit salad, Greek yoghurt and honey....

The service was efficient and friendly......hardly surprising given that I was the only person eating there! However, the waiter did take an age to get my bill after I'd asked for it in the hope of keeping me there and not having a completely empty taverna. I opted for:

Vegetable soup - Cost: 4.50 Euros

I asked for minestrone but that was one of the items not yet available at the time of my visit. The soup was very nice.....a selection of potatoes, onions, carrots, green peppers and various herbs. It was served with 5 slices of toasted crusty bread and garlic butter (included in the 1 Euro cover charge).

Chicken souvlaki - Cost: 7 Euros

One long skewer of tender grilled chicken, peppers and onions. Served with fried potatoes, walnut rice, lettuce and tomato.

Bottle of Coca Cola (330ml) - Cost: 2 Euros

I received a complimentary piece of homemade traditional Greek cake - a pastry which was rich in honey and filled with almonds and raisins.

Nice food and a large selection of meals. Not outstanding, but no complaints with the quality, service or value for money.


by steventilly

Along with the harbour the other dominant feature of the Kos Town waterfront is the castle. This mighty structure stands on a promentory that juts out at the front of the town.
The castle is one of the few historical sites in Kos Town that charges an admission fee, but it is well worth the money (3 Euro). It's one of the nicest castle ruins I've ever visited, being very picturesque inside and giving great views out in almost every direction.


by steventilly

The ampitheatre, or Odeion, is fairly intact although to be frank it looks highly restored. It's used these days for special summer performances, which I guess explains why the seats have been so restored. Still, first class (at the front) look better than second class (at the back) (marble rather than granite?) but I'd still bring a cusion!


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Address: Kefalos, Kos, Greece